Aiming High Short Breaks
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 November 2018 at 09:23 Commissioned Short Breaks These are short breaks that Achieving for Children (AfC) have arranged directly with providers. Because they have been commissioned by AfC using Aiming High funding these activities are free of charge or you may be asked to pay a small contribution.  This is the list of commissioned Short Breaks: ​Challengers Saturday Play Schemes and Holiday Schemes
Aiming High Home and Community Support
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 13 November 2017 at 16:13 Aiming High Home and Community Support Service provides one to one support for children and young people with a disability in their own home or in the community. The service was inspected by the Care Quality Commission in February 2016. Read the summary of the CQC inspection report (pdf) Read the full CQC inspection report (pdf)
How families have used short break individual Aiming High funding
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 13 November 2017 at 15:57 What families have used Aiming High Funding for previously:   ​ After school clubs Holiday clubs Activities in leisure centres Swimming lessons Trampolining Gymnastics sessions Horse riding lessons Karate lessons Tae Kwon-Do lessons Basketball club Football club Tennis club Dance club Drama club Music lessons Wall climbing Water sports
Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disability
Young People Last Updated: 04 July 2017 at 12:38 Most of our activities are inclusive and can be adapted for those who need additional support or have a disability.   Activities are suitable from age 8 years - adult. The right support We ask that you contact us to discuss your requirements before booking so we understand and prepare to meet your needs. We may need to adjust staff ratios and need notice to arrange this.
Short Breaks
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 08 February 2019 at 13:30   Short breaks provide disabled children and young people with fun, enjoyment and a chance to be with friends while their parents and carers get a break from caring. They come in many different forms, ranging from an overnight stay in a residential centre or a carer’s home to attending a youth club, leisure centre or getting involved in a sports activity. Taken from SENDirect website
Short Breaks for children and young people with complex needs
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 09 October 2018 at 11:36 Assessed Need Short Breaks   ↵​Children and families who meet the eligibility criteria to receive services from the Disabled Children's Team (social care) or Family Support Team (ISCD - Integrated Service for Children with Disabilities) will be able to access "Assessed Need Short Breaks".  Please note:
Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disability
Community Information Last Updated: 12 December 2018 at 12:30 ​   Most of our activities are inclusive and can be adapted for those who need additional support or have a disability.  Activities are suitable from age 8 years - adult. The right support We ask that you contact us to discuss your requirements before booking so we understand and prepare to meet your needs. We may need to adjust staff ratios and need notice to arrange this.
Inclusive Practice
Community Information Last Updated: 03 July 2017 at 15:30 ​​ Kingston and Richmond out of school childcare providers believe that all children have the right to play together no matter what disability or additional needs they have, so we all adopt a positive, ‘can do’ attitude to make sure that: All children are respected and valued as individuals. We listen to individual children and the choices they make.
Home and Community Support
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 05 October 2018 at 14:04 Aiming High Home and Community Support Service provides one to one support for children and young people with a disability in their own home or in the community. The service was inspected by the Care Quality Commission in February 2016. Read the summary of the CQC inspection report (pdf) Read the full CQC inspection report (pdf)
Additional Support Funding
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 09 October 2018 at 15:36 Aiming High Additional Support funding pays for additional support for children and young people with disabilities, complex health and special needs who access mainstream short break activities. An activity provider can apply for the additional support funding, which allows an increase in their staff ratio.